|Venue: Lakeside Oval||Date: 8 May 1909|
|Result: Lost by 17 points||Umpire: Upton Browne||Crowd: 15,000|
|Goalkickers: G.Topping 2, F.Caine 1, V.Gardiner 1.|
|Best: G.Johnson, L.Beck, A.Ford, A.Barmingham, F.Elliot, A.Lang, C.Hammond, G.Topping|
Game ReviewCarlton’s awful start to the season continued in this game, when South Melbourne easily accounted for the Blues at the Lake Oval. The disorganisation within the team so evident in round 1 continued for a second week – four senior players returned, but another four were lost to injury – and the Blues were no match for a confident Bloods line-up playing on their home ground.
The only small consolations for Jack Worrall’s team came with George Topping’s achievement of reaching 100 career goals, and the unusual situation where Carlton actually moved up the ladder from tenth to ninth on percentage, after Geelong was demolished by ladder-leaders Fitzroy.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 9th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 65.2.
|B:||Les Beck||Doug Gillespie||Alex Barningham|
|HB:||Martin Gotz||Arthur Ford||Andy Pattison|
|C:||George Bruce||Rod McGregor||George Renwick|
|HF:||Fred Elliott (c)||Harvey Kelly||George Stewart|
|F:||Frank Caine||Vin Gardiner||George Topping|
|Ruck:||George S Johnson||Charlie Hammond||Alex Lang|
ChangesIn: H.Kelly, G.Bruce, C.Hammond, M.Gotz
Out: J.Marchbank, D.Harris, N.Clark, F.Jinks
Big Match at South Melbourne - Game PreviewThe Argus article deals with possible dissention over player payments, non attendance at training, and a diagram of field placements.
To read click here> http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10714552
MilestonesLast Game: George Stewart
100 Goals: George Topping
Image: Trove; Punch May 13
Image: Trove; Australasian May 10
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